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Star One C2

Star One C2
Mission type Communication
Operator Star One
Spacecraft properties
Bus Spacebus-3000B3
Manufacturer Thales Alenia Space
Start of mission
Launch date 18 April 2008, 22:17 (2008-04-18T22:17Z) UTC
Rocket Ariane 5ECA
Launch site Kourou ELA-3
Contractor Arianespace
Orbital parameters
Reference system Geocentric
Regime Geostationary
Transponders
Band 28 IEEE C-band (NATO G/H-band)
16 IEEE Ku band (NATO J-band)
1 IEEE X-band (NATO H/I/J-band)

Star One C2 is a Brazilian communications satellite. It was launched on 18 April 2008 22:17 UTC by an Ariane 5ECA carrier rocket, as part of a dual-payload launch with Vinasat-1. It was built by Thales Alenia Space, based on the Spacebus-3000B3 satellite bus.[1] It will be operated by Star One, a subsidiary of Embratel, and Bolivarsat.

Overview

On June 2, 2008, Star One C2 replaced BrasilSat B4 in the task of broadcasting the main Brazilian TV network channels. This position, at 70,0° W, had been once occupied by Brasilsat B1.

Since December 2008, Star One C2 transmits the Claro TV pay TV package. The service is supplied by Embratel and Claro companies and operates in Ku band.

See also

References

  1. ^ Gunter's Space Page - Star One C1, C2

External links

  • Star One C2 at LyngSat
  • package at LyngSatVia Embratel
  • [1]Star One C2 footprint(s)] at SatBeams
  • Star One C2 coverage maps as files.
  • Star One C2 coverage maps on Google Maps.
  • Star One C2 realtime tracking.


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